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the story and showed a picture of him on air that we actually showed a picture of his twin brother. he's got an identical twin brother robert gansler who is a portfolio manager at t. roe price. let's show the right picture of gary gansler who is the chairman of the cftc not his twin brother robert gansler. do we have it? i hope we're going to be able to show the right picture because he was concerned about it. do we have it? there we go. so, you know, an honest mistake, guys. it is an honest mistake. >> are you sure you've got them the right way around. >> i'm sure that that is robert on the right there. >> but is that amazing? >> robert is at t.rowe, gary is at the cftc. >> what are the odds of that? >> rick probably loves that one. >> i do. i wonder if his brother would be any better at overseeing the industry. >> he said he wondered if the brother would be better at regulating. he's not a fan as you know. >> he is a portfolio manager at t. row. he is and once again there are so many more nuances to the story. the peregrine story never ceases to amaze me how the technology that they're dis
surveys, while hsbc's pmi focuses on smaller firms. the twin readings will pressure beijing to ease policy further, they add china's domestic activity needs to strengthen to encompass foreign demand especially from europe and the u.s. >> tracey, thanks very much. we get back to george goncalves joining us there from new york. george, which, to you is pointing the direction forward here, the weaker data out of asia, the somewhat firmer tone out of europe or what happens in the u.s. with the pmi figures still to come? >> we actually have a short holiday week this week, the start of the new quarter and i think we have to look back to the last two quarters, the first quarter things come out, you know, quite nicely with all the liquidity coming into the system, markets rose, then we had the complete night and day response in the second quarter when all the european fear set in, as we start the third quarter this week is critical, even though it's a short holiday week you have the ecb's decision, the boe, a lot of data, the pmis here as well which will dovetail all the pmis were discussing about
by aa growth in latin america. we saw revenues up 15%. t-win capital was 2.8% and slightly higher and it's robust too as the loan book deteriorates. they set aside 1.4 billion euros as provisions. that's around a third of the amount that the government wants them to do for this year. that compares to around two-thirds. the asset quality stayed the same as the first quarter around 4%. interesting to continue to watch rbs thinks that actually that npl will fit along with what the investment economy is doing. that could double over the next three years. the amount of sovereign debt on the portfolio, 11% now of total assets. that means it's something we have to watch for both the sovereign and possible downgrades going guard. for now, though, ross, it's up to you. >> thanks for that, julia. deutsche banc had a 63% before the pretax profit. they warned that the euro zone crisis will continue to add confidence and earnings. the bank is still committed to the universal business model. ralph silva is with us for the first half of today's program. hi, good to see you. it's hard to wage your way f
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a squeaking sounds with you at times? wd-40 quarterly results -- >> what time is it? >> if your twins had a swing in the backyard, wd-40. you don't have a backyard. that's why i said if. >> hinges. hinges on doors. just recently. you sneak around in the middle of the night. people are trying to sleep. >> pre-war building. >> i'm sneaking out to get here in the middle of the night. >> she had the music going and who knows what's going. >> i'm trying to defend you. >> oh, yeah, right. >> wd-40 quarterly results disappointed wall street. it said it was hurt by lower sales in its american segment. full year results will be at the lower end of its outlook blaming continued uncertainty in europe and oil prices. >> people buying fewer older cars or what? >> don't know what that was. alcoa was weird. we said it was earnings but it was a loss. pushed into a loss. >> better than expected. >> $2 million which is a zero loss because it's not even, doesn't equate to a per share loss. if you factor out items it was a six cent profit. $8 stock. >> comes the first day -- >> we have to make it significant
't know if everybody caught that. >> and kayla too. a twofer. >> angela merkel. great birthday twin to have. >> we'll see how it all plays out. okay. we'll get back to the story of the morning, google executive, marissa mayer taking over as yahoo! president and ceo and she starts today. one another factoid. she's pregnant. isn't that interesting. marissa mayer is pregnant. it's funny because i was with her -- >> thought you meant patty. >> not patty, marissa mayer was pregnant. i was with her a couple of months ago and we were at a conference in mexico and people were drinking pina coladas and margaritas and i walked away and was thinking. >> some people don't drink and doesn't mean they are pregnant. we'll get back to -- becky isn't drinking this morning. doesn't mean she's pregnant. can i get a margarita. >> good morning. thank you for being here. big debate. i don't even know if it's a big debate. is she going to turn around? can he had? >> it's too early to say. there's justifiably some excitement. it's bean while since you had somebody with a real product focus. i think for the
rate every corner in manhattan. that's what us new yorkers do. >> that's your reason for raising twins in this cesspool? that's why you're here? you have to walk outside and -- >> we love it here. it's beautiful. it's beautiful at the fira. >> did you take the lincoln tunnel this morning? >> no. that three quarter of a mile stretch can take an hour and a half. >> same thing on the bridge. no traffic, no problems. let's get to other headlines this morning. we've heard from intel with their earnings last night. they had a profit of 54 cents a share. that was 2 cents better than the street was expecting, but the company forecast that current quarterly revenues would come in below what the street expected. intel's forecast is reflecting weakeneni weakening pc sales. ben bernanke is back on capitol hill this morning. bernanke spoke about the ongoing weakness in the u.s. economy in his senate appearance yesterday. steve leisman we'll have more in a moment. also, we get fresh numbers from the u.s. housing market later this morning. economists think that june housing starts register an increas
we had our twins we breast fed, or my wife -- >> we? >> we should never say we're pregnant. my wife breast fed. however early on because we had two guys we needed extra formula to supplement what was going on. >> by the way, you've gone through an incredibly difficult process no matter how you gave birth. it's incredibly difficult and at the beginning you don't know what's happening. sure, look, it's a better path that's what doctors will tell you. that isscience changes that eve five years. it's not easy for everybody and it's a stupid judgment to make on people. mothers face so many difficult horrible decisions that they have to make all the time and they feel guilty no matter what. you don't need to pile on. >> hopefully mr. bloomberg was watching. >> probably doesn't care what i think. sfee mig >> he might. >> we've been watching stocks rallying over the last week. joining us right now is bob doll, senior advisor of blackrock. bob, it's great time to have you here because the markets right now seem convinced that things are looking a little bit better. back above 13,000 for the
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. these storms mean businesses and there's more storms to deal with in the north and west in the twin cities and down around cincinnati. that's the general pattern through the mid-part of the week. we have this boundary stuck in place across the upper midwest trailing into the mid-atlantic region. these storms ride up through that general vicinity, while the middle of the country stays hot and dry. some of these storms could be strong to severe throughout you're day, getting down into the southern mid-atlantic. damaging wind and hail is the mainly risk, and the darker shade to the red, we could see more storms develop late into the evening and overnight hours. minneapolis backed ut again towards chicago. outside of the storms there is that heat. more heat advisories to deal with for the day. kansas city, st. louis over towards western kentucky including paducah. heat index values brutal. it will feel like it's around 105 to 110 degrees. actual degrees for today 10 to 15 degrees average. it's going to be stifling, so take it easy today and even into tomorrow. so guys the hot summer, it contin
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